Re: [Gimp-user] A better way to close a path where an end node is on top of a start node

Ofnuts (ofnuts gmx com) wrote:
If you are doing this in a script:

 * copy the backwards tangent of the last node to the first node
 * drop the last node and its tangent handles
 * mark the stroke closed

or use gimp_vectors_stroke_close.


              simon budig de    

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